A story about an uncomfortable encounter between a woman identified as "Grace" and the comedian Aziz Ansari has latched itself onto the #MeToo movement, though backlash swiftly followed. What's the important takeaway for women amid all the noise?
Healing from sexual violence is a daunting task, and everyone who struggles to do so has their own personal journey to healing — but for some, tantric sex is the key.
Accessible Beauty is a miniseries of profiles that Yahoo Lifestyle will run the week of Dec. 3 in order to continue the spirit of that date’s International Day of Persons with Disabilities, founded by the United Nations.
A video of the stunt was posted Wednesday to the YouTube channel of the Cut; it involved a group of blindfolded volunteers kissing six strangers and rating their make-out skills.
A new study reveals that some men perceive a woman’s interest in them as consent for sex, misinterpreting a woman’s sexual intentions.
How is it that in 2017, we have total control over what our bodies look like but not what our bodies do? The Trump administration will now allow any employer to claim religious or moral objection to providing birth control to its employees. The move rolls back an Obama-era requirement that employers provide FDA-approved contraception at no cost.
Kelly Clarkson is opening up about enjoying some private time with her husband, Brandon Blackstock.
Plainfield High School English teacher Michelle Burress's students created a 24-page magazine called "The Shakedown," which included a "Teen Dating Survival Guide."
Through a series of online videos, Bayer is helping to decipher between fact and fiction when it comes to contraception.
A new study finds that people are hard wired to turn their heads to the right when leaning in for a kiss, and men are more likely than women to initiate.
New research shows that while sexy ads can indeed create media attention and online buzz, that doesn’t necessarily translate into customers buying the product.
A self-proclaimed body-positive warrior, Cheyenne, aka goofy_ginger on Insta, is telling people to let go of insecurities and enjoy sex, regardless of size.
Aleexandra Khefren (born Oana Alexandra Raducu) is an 18-year-old aspiring model from Romania. The proposed transaction is being promoted to occur in Germany, and Khefren recently went on television on Britain’s iTV in London to promote her story. One problem is her family knew nothing about this upcoming transaction and, despite claiming she’s doing it to help them financially, they refute all her claims that they need the money and are being evicted from their home.
Mike and I had a six-year on-and-off history, and I recognized Kellie from the Facebook photos during one of our off periods. Clearly a bit tipsy, she leaned in: “I know Mike, too,” she said (his name and others have been changed throughout the story). Quickly I learned Kellie and I shared an impossible number of social Venn Diagram intersections.
Lady Gaga is no stranger to shedding her clothes for the camera—and this time, she’s taking her actor-fiance Taylor Kinney along for the ride. According to Gaga, who guest edited the issue, the X-rated artistry was originally Kinney’s idea. “Since we first met, Taylor’s been drawing and painting all over me,” she writes in her editor’s letter. “Years ago, when we were secretly living in San Diego and crashing on the floor of a beach shack, we never wore shoes.
A recent article in The Atlantic reported how hard it is for gay people with deep religious beliefs and affiliations to remain virgins until they marry. The Atlantic interviewed Julie Kerr, the daughter of a Baptist minister. Most Americans have sex before marriage, according to “Trends in Premarital Sex in the United States, 1954-2003,” a 2007 study by Lawrence B. Finer, director of domestic research at the Guttmacher Institute, which studies sexual and reproductive health worldwide. “Premarital sex is normal behavior for the vast majority of Americans and has been for decades,” Finer said.
Marc Jacobs. Photo: Getty Images The conundrum of modern culture is this: put people on a pedestal, expect them to do an exceptional job, expect them to be heroes in their field, and when that happens (whether it’s a runway collection or a film or selling a million albums), dig into their personal life. Like it matters. And the work becomes secondary, the closed door activities and attitudes to the forefront.
Notting Hill in 2015: “I’m just a girl, standing in front of a boy, asking him to watch Netflix and chill.” Casablanca in 2015: ”We’ll always have…that night we Netflix and chilled.” Romeo & Juliet in 2015: “Wanna Netflix and chill?” What “Want to go to the drive-in?”